Adobe has released essential upgrades to Photoshop, including a beta version for the web (running in Chrome and Edge browsers). A web version of Illustrator was also announced and upgrades to Adobe’s full suite of tools.
The web version of Photoshop has limited editing capabilities and is intended for collaborative work. Adobe is releasing a test of a new web-based share for comment workflow in Photoshop, as well as a sneak peek at a small set of web-based Photoshop editing features.
Without downloading or installing Photoshop, you and your collaborators can access and examine your work in the browser, provide feedback, and make basic modifications.
Users may see some restricted editing functionality including simple layers, selection tools, masking, and more through Photoshop on the web. Furthermore, Adobe stated that they will begin with workflows for retouching and modifying photos, which are two of the most used Photoshop applications.
The web versions of the Creative Cloud program rely on the same Cloud Documents as the iPad versions. The Creative Cloud administration app is already available on the web, thanks to Adobe. Creative Cloud Spaces and Creative Cloud Canvas are two new online capabilities that you may use through that interface, in addition to the web versions of classic favorites.
Furthermore, Photoshop for iPad has received a significant update. RAW files from the full Adobe Camera RAW library and Apple ProRAW files from the iPhone 12 and 13 are now supported. Sky Replacement, Healing Brush, and Magic Wand are among the other features.
Apart from the previously mentioned web version, the installed desktop version of Adobe Illustrator hasn’t received any significant changes. It gets a new 3D panel with ray-tracing technology and direct access to Adobe Substance 3D materials, as well as an improved 3D panel with updated lighting and shading. The Vectorize image-tracing tool is a technology preview in the iPad edition of Illustrator.
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